College Counseling

Who says the college application process has to be stressful? Not us.
We’ve developed a four-year comprehensive, counseling model that works. With our approach, students and their families have plenty of time to plan, prepare and apply. Our track record speaks for itself. Our seniors regularly receive multiple offers of admission to nationally recognized colleges and universities globally.

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Marymount’s College Counseling Philosophy By Grade-Level

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An Individualized Approach

Every Marymount student engages in not only a rigorous academic and active co-curricular program, but also a thorough and individualized personal development program. 

Our College Counseling, Advising, Human Development and Spiritual Life programs give students the tools needed to thrive on a psychological, emotional and interpersonal level, and these curricula evolve year-after-year to meet the particular needs of students at that time. 

Upcoming Parent College Counseling Events

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  • Fall 2019 / Spring 2020

    College Night for Junior Parents
    Wednesday, August 28th at 7:00pm
    Digital Resource Center
    Mandatory one parent, no students 

    Our college counseling philosophy hinges upon the notion that truly meaningful exploration of college options takes time. In light of this, we aim to engage the Marymount families in a sophisticated conversation about the intricacies of the college selection process, allowing our students to get ahead of the college search process, rather than it getting ahead of them. Time will be spent understanding the specific strengths a student possesses and where those strengths will be most valued.

    Financial Aid Night Pt 2  
    Tuesday, September 17th at 7:00pm, Oakwood School 
    Optional Junior and Senior parents, no students 

    Completing the FAFSA can be daunting. The program will provide a line-by-line overview of the FAFSA, answering specific questions for families.  Please note: Even if a family has already completed and submitted the FAFSA form, the information gleaned from this workshop will still prove to be beneficial when the Student Aid Report (SAR) is sent back for revisions and updates. Our featured speaker is Corinne Schell, from Marist University.

    Oakwood School Lecture Hall - Secondary School Campus 
    11600 Magnolia Blvd 
    North Hollywood CA 91601

    Parking for the Oakwood workshop is available in the following areas:

    Underground parking lot of the Math/Science Building, located on the SE corner of Magnolia and Irvine (entrance to the lot is off of Irvine)

    Underground parking lot beneath the gymnasium (the gymnasium is adjacent to the outdoor lot mentioned above)

    Outdoor parking lot on the NE corner of Magnolia and Lemp

    No RSVP necessary. This is optional for junior and senior parents, students do not need to attend.
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Meet Our College Counseling Team

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  • Adrian Skrentny

    Director of Design Engineering and Academic Data
    310.472.1205 x 205
    [email protected]